October 31, 2011

Today's Client: Hanako, Burlesque Halloween Look

A friend of my sister's, Hanako, asked me to do her makeup for Halloween. She was going to dress as a burlesque dancer, her costume being a pink corset with black polka dots and stripes and black sequined boy-shorts. She sent me a few pictures of smokey eye looks to give me an idea of what she liked and a base to work with. I did a black-brown and gold sparkle smokey eye (can't really see the gold though) with big lashes, peachy-pink cheeks and a light pink lip. I also used a bit of illuminating cream and loose shimmer powder mixed together on her shoulders and decolletage to add a subtle glow to the skin for a night out. I'm really pleased with how it turned out and most importantly, she was happy with the finished look. :)

Her full costume (she added some individual lashes on the bottom later):

Prep Products:
  • Make Up For Ever 0 Neutral HD Microperfecting Primer
  • Urban Decay Original Eyeshadow Primer Potion
  • M.A.C Lip Conditioner Stick SPF 15
Products Used:
  • Make Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Foundation
  • yaby Cream Foundation 
  • Laura Mercier Translucent Mineral Finishing Powder
  • M.A.C Emphasize Shaping Powder
  • M.A.C Definitive Sculpting Powder
  • M.A.C Melba Blush
  • TheBalm Mary-Lou Manizer
  • Clinique True Black Brush-on Cream Liner
  • M.A.C Blanc Type Eyeshadow
  • M.A.C Texture Eyeshadow
  • Trish McEvoy Lava Eye Definer
  • M.A.C Folie Eyeshadow
  • M.A.C Nylon Eyeshadow
  • M.A.C Feline Kohl Power Eye Pencil
  • Trish McEvoy Black Eye Definer
  • M.A.C #6 Lashes
  • Maybelline Dark Blonde Define-A-Brow
  • M.A.C Cork Eyeshadow
  • NYX 856 Sand Pink Lipliner Pencil
  • M.A.C Magenta Lip Pencil
  • M.A.C Angel Lipstick
Body Makeup:
  • M.A.C Strobe Cream
  • M.A.C Silver Dusk Iridescent Powder

What did you dress up as for Halloween this year? Do you like getting your makeup done or do it yourself for Halloween?

Glamour Girl

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